David graduated from St Mary’s University College, Twickenham London with a degree in Sport Science in 2005 and went on to become a Physiotherapist at University of Essex where he completed his (Pre-Reg) MSc in Physiotherapy in 2008. David’s first role after graduation was as a musculoskeletal Physiotherapist in a Primary Care Hospital in Essex working with patients pre and post surgery, patients with acute and chronic injuries.
Since moving back to Dublin, David has worked in Primary Care in Dublin, within GAA football as a pitch-side & rehabilitation Physiotherapist and with MMA athletes. Most recently, David has worked with Madison Genesis Pro Cycling, Swiss Cycling and Cycling New Zealand as their European Campaign Physiotherapist; travelling with Cycling New Zealand’s Olympic Track squads.
This has given him great experience with athletes at training camps, road races, European Games and UCI Track World Championships. David worked intensively with Cycling New Zealand Men’s Team Pursuit squad at their European base in their preparation for Rio Olympic Games in 2016.
He has continued to develop his skills with the study of dry needling, chronic pain management and the area of injury reduction in athletes through strength and conditioning programming.
David has had sport in his life from a young age playing rugby, gaelic football & hurling and now cycles somewhat competitively on the road and in cross country mountain biking.